NutriMedical Report Show Friday Aug 9th 2019 – Hour Two – Harley Schlanger,,, Chaos Masters GOP Dems At Work, Insane Racist Calls vs. Trump, War Drums Beat, Financial Chaos On Purpose, Venezuelan Iran Crisis Dangers, Need for Trade, NO War if Trade, Belt and Road Worldwide, Hamiltonian Economics, GOLD Standard World Currencies, NO Tarriff and Currency Wars,

Harley Schlanger,,, Chaos Masters GOP Dems At Work, Insane Racist Calls vs. Trump, War Drums Beat, Financial Chaos On Purpose, Venezuelan Iran Crisis Dangers, Need for Trade, NO War if Trade, Belt and Road Worldwide, Hamiltonian Economics, GOLD Standard World Currencies, NO Tarriff and Currency Wars, Dr Bill Deagle MD AAEM ACAM A4M, NutriMedical Report Show,,,,NutriMedical Report Show,



by: Harley Schlanger

August 9 — The virulent blow-back against a truthful headline in a {New York Times} (NYT) article above its lead story on President Trump’s remarks to the nation on August 5, in response to the mass killings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio, reveals the desperation of those committed to removing Trump, following the utter failure of the Russiagate investigation to provide the means to do so.  The headline in the first print edition of the paper on August 6 read, “Trump Urges Unity vs. Racism.”  This accurately conveyed the central theme of Trump’s address, in which he described the killings as a “crime against all humanity,” and said that, “In one voice, our nation must condemn racism, bigotry and white supremacy.”

Referring to these events as acts of “monstrous evil”, a product of “mental illness and hatred” in a “culture that celebrates violence,” he offered preliminary proposals to counter the “sinister ideologies” behind the hatred, and the causes of desperation which drive individuals to commit mass murder.  Among his proposals were long overdue

steps to counter the environment in which such acts occur, including measures to put in place means to look for “early warning signs” of troubled individuals; reform of the mental health system, to deal with such individuals; and efforts to “stop the glorification of violence”, by addressing the proliferation of “gruesome and grizzly video games.”  While the media predictably rejected his comment on video games, acquaintances of the Dayton shooter told the media that he spent hours playing such games, as have many of those who have committed mass murders.

As all presidents have done in the past, when such atrocities have occurred, Trump traveled to Dayton and El Paso to console the nation, and to inspire unity, rejecting partisanship.  “Hate has no place in America,” he declared, while acknowledging that the “cultural change” needed to overcome it “is hard.”


Yet, within an hour of the appearance of the NYT headline, the anti-Trumpers launched a furious response, complete with a “#Cancel NYT” barrage on Twitter.  A spokeswoman for the NYT, Eileen Murphy, defended the braying of the mob, saying that the “original headline was flawed”.  In the second edition, the NYT changed it to “Assailing Hate But Not Guns”, but this was also criticized as appearing “too sympathetic” to Trump.  Critics spewed that it is wrong to present Trump’s call for unity as “sincere,” and Dan Rather, once a respected journalist with CBS News, went so far as to say that media should not report Trump’s words, but cover his intent, which Rather divined as being to promote racial polarization and white supremacy.  {Vanity Fair} reported that the executive editor of the {NYT}, Dean Baquet, has come under attack during the Trump presidency “for his efforts to appear neutral”.

Such a characterization is incredible, as the NYT, along with the {Washington Post}, MSNBC and CNN, has been among the most aggressive in promoting the fake story behind Russiagate, filling its pages daily with leaks and lies from London-based and Obama intelligence agency operatives, alleging that Trump was elected by Russian interference, that he “colluded” with the Russians, that he “obstructed justice” to cover up the crime, and that his overtures to establish mutually beneficial relations with Russia were driven by his fear of sexual blackmail by Putin — all stories which were ultimately rejected by the report issued by special counsel, Robert Mueller.  But this hysterical response is characteristic of the post-Mueller report escalation against Trump, representing a phase change in the drive for a regime change coup in Washington.

The President’s would-be opponents in the 2020 election are engaging a new level of open incitement against him, with full support from the hypocrites of the mainstream media.  In the aftermath of the tragedies in El Paso and Dayton, they are charging that he provoked the horrific events, through his comments and actions .  While accusing him of using these events to attack his challengers, they themselves are employing increasingly violent and provocative language against him.  For example, Joe Biden, the purported front-runner among Democrats, asserted that “the President has fanned the flames of white supremacy,” using both “language” and “code.”  The shootings, he said, were caused by hatred, “which has been fueled by rhetoric which is divisive, and it’s causing people to die.”  He tweeted that Trump is using his office “to encourage and embolden white supremacy.”  Two weeks before the shootings, Sen. Elizabeth Warren accused Trump of “trying to stir up as much hatred and dissension in the country as possible.”  After these mass shootings, she claimed, “He’s responsible” for the killings, and called him a “white supremacist,” a slander also expressed by another candidate, former Rep. Beto O’Rourke.  Sen. Corey Booker, another presidential aspirant, went so far as to call for a ban on Trump campaign rallies, saying they are “a breeding ground for racism.”

Such comments, blaming Trump for the acts of deranged individuals, fly in the face of recent history.  Such mass shootings, unfortunately, have become increasingly common in the U.S., with 37 occurring during the Obama presidency.  These included the targeting of an African-American church in Charleston, South Carolina in June 2015, in which a white supremacist killed nine people during a church service.  Further, the desperation of the media to blame Trump for the escalation of verbal attacks was evident in a {Los Angeles Times} article on his tweets, in which he criticized his opponents for saying he was responsible for the mass murders.  The Times accused him of logging onto Twitter “to insult Democratic politicians”, of “politicizing last weekend’s killings,” ignoring the voluminous, opportunistic efforts by his opponents to do precisley that.

Instead of discussing his proposals from his August 5 address as a starting point to address the violence, these rants escalate the polarization, which has been the response of Democrats, and their mainstream media backers, to the failure of the Mueller report to provide evidence which would justify impeachments proceedings against Trump.  While accusing him of extremist, partisan rhetoric, the anti-Trump mob has spent more than two-and-a-half years charging him with sexual perversion, using the discredited, fabricated dossier compiled by former British MI6 agent — which was paid for by the Clinton campaign — to make the case.  The Steele dossier also was fraudulently used by the FBI to obtain a warrant from the FISA Court to spy on the Trump campaign.  This illegal activity is now the subject of an investigation, launched by Attorney General Barr, looking into the origin of the anti-Trump campaign, which predated his November 2016 election victory.

Further, Mueller’s failure to prove the Russian narrative, and his confused and unconvincing testimony before Congressional committees on July 24, has precipitated the opening of this new phase of the coup, with harsher rhetoric against Trump as a “racist” and a “fascist.”  An example of this is the mid-June eruption of freshman Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC), who charged that the detention centers housing immigrants on the border are “concentration camps.”  To insure that the comparison of Trump to the Nazis was not missed, she defended her use of the term “concentration camps” by saying that, to her, “‘Never Again’ means something….A presidency that creates concentration camps is fascist.”  A self-identified Antifa terrorist, who firebombed a facility of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in Washington state, attributed AOC’s rhetoric with inspiring his action.


The new phase is a direct response to Trump’s renewed strategic offensive after the implosion of the Russiagate narrative.  His meetings with Putin and China’s President Xi at the Osaka G20 summit in late June, and his talk with North Korea’s Kim after a symbolic stroll across the Demilitarized Zone separating the two Koreas, signaled a return to his intent to break decisively with the policy of geopolitical confrontation which characterized the Bush and Obama administrations.  In addition to the chaos unleashed in the U.S. by the mass killings, there has been a pattern of destabilization unleashed globally, from Hong Kong to Moscow, from Kashmir to Venezuela, to the Strait of Hormuz.  The hand of British intelligence gamemasters is evident in each of these destabilizations, as it is obvious in the determined efforts to escalate the deindustrialization of the west through the well-funded and heavily publicized Green offensive, in the Fridays-for-Future mobilization and the potentially terroristic threat embodied by the London-spawned Extinction Rebellion.  While no evidence has yet emerged of any direct shadow government hand in the mass killings, certainly the pattern of blaming it on Trump has been run by these same forces.

Further, there is evidence emerging in the two mass shootings that they were not triggered by any pronouncement by Trump, but by the environment he pointed to in his address.  In addition to the obvious, that both were “troubled”, both are a product of an increasingly deadly culture in America, of violent social media and video games, of a sense of hopelessness, which is also key to understanding the problem of opioid addiction and suicides, and the escalation of anti-science Green propaganda.  This was openly stated in the “Manifesto” attributed to the shooter in El Paso, to which he gave the title “The Inconvenient Truth”, presumably influenced by Al Gore’s fake science polemic, “An Inconvenient Truth.”  In addition to a rant against immigrants, and an expression of fears of economic devolution of the nation, his screed reflects the outlook not of Trump, but of the leading proponent of the Green New Deal, and Trump opponent, AOC!  He writes, “The decimation of the environment is creating a massive burden for future generations.”  He further echoes AOC and the radical environmentalists by calling for decreasing “the number of people in American using resources.  If we can get rid of enough people, then our way of life can become more sustainable.”

It is also of note that the Dayton shooter is known to have despised Trump, telling people he favored Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders.  Trump tweeted that he would not blame either of them for the killings there.

In summary, the flap over the NYT headline is typical of a toxic political environment characterized by BUESO chairman Helga Zepp LaRouche as dominated by “leftist, Greenie McCarthyism” designed to cover up for the real problem, the hostility of those behind it toward the emergence of a New Paradigm, to replace the dysfunctional one under attack by President Trump.  There are “beautiful solutions”, she said, but most Americans are not aware of them, which she attributed in part to the role of the media in its promotion of Fake News, Fake science, and the geopolitical outlook of the disintegrating British Empire.



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